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What should be done to raw fish before it is eaten raw?
The FDA has issued an advisory to state and local regulatory agencies recommending that fish served raw, marinated, or partially cooked should be blast-frozen to -31 degrees F for 15 hours, or frozen by regular means to -10 degrees F or below for seven days. This does not ensure safety from bacteria; it only kills parasites.